The food was average. The staff was friendly but nothing seemed extraordinary. Prices seemed normal for the area.
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The atmosphere was great. You will like the 50's style decoration. The owner is friendly. located in Burbank Town Center.
I always ate here during my stay in Burbank at the Holiday Inn. There seemed to be lines to get into the overpriced trendy cafes in the Burbank Village, so decided to eat here the first day and continued to come back each subsequent day....More
This is a throwback to old days - good basic food - big helpings - service was OK - bit slow with one guy serving - but good prices, hot food, fun atmosphere - my mum, from Scotland loved the experience - she said she...More
We definitely came for the 50's ambiance and 50's styled mixed soda's. Though decorated with 50's kitsch the ambiance was flat. We put money in our on table juke box for 3 songs and sadly there was no sound on the speakers. When I asked...More
We found this place by accident while we were looking for another. A holiday Monday and it was the only restaurant open for breakfast. Portions are huge and food quite good! The picky husband, who always complaints about runny eggs and soggy bacon, had rave...More
There is nothing fancy about this retro diner style restaurant. The prices are also retro style. They are about half of what you would pay at any of the other breakfast restaurants in the area. You will get plain straightforward breakfast items like you might...More
The sidewalk cafes in Burbank are great for people watching, and the Great Grill offers that and more. There is friendly service, very good food, fast service and good value. A great place for a tasty and inexpensive lunch. What more can you ask for!